White-nose syndrome news

Alabama Survey Finds First Southeastern Bat with White-nose Syndrome

Press Release June 1, 2017 Contacts: Nick Sharp, ADCNR, nicholas.sharp@dcnr.alabama.gov, 256-308-2517 Marisa Lubeck, USGS, mlubeck@usgs.gov, 303-202-4765 Catherine Hibbard, FWS, Catherine_Hibbard@fws.gov, 413-253-8569  Biologists have confirmed white-nose syndrome (WNS) in the southeastern bat (Myotis austroriparius) for the first time. The species joins eight other hibernating bat species in North America that are afflicted with the deadly bat fungal disease. The diseased bat was found in Shelby County, Alabama, at Lake Purdy Corkscrew Cave, by surveyors from the Alabama...

Alabama Survey Finds First Southeastern Bat with White-nose Syndrome

Press Release June 1, 2017 Contacts: Nick Sharp, ADCNR, nicholas.sharp@dcnr.alabama.gov, 256-308-2517 Marisa Lubeck, USGS, mlubeck@usgs.gov, 303-202-4765 Catherine Hibbard, FWS, Catherine_Hibbard@fws.gov, 413-253-8569  Biologists have confirmed white-nose syndrome (WNS) in the southeastern bat (Myotis austroriparius) for the first time. The species joins eight other hibernating bat species in North America that are afflicted with the deadly bat fungal disease. The diseased bat was found in Shelby County, Alabama, at Lake Purdy Corkscrew Cave, by surveyors from the Alabama...

Alabama Survey Finds First Southeastern Bat with White-nose Syndrome

Press Release June 1, 2017 Contacts: Nick Sharp, ADCNR, nicholas.sharp@dcnr.alabama.gov, 256-308-2517 Marisa Lubeck, USGS, mlubeck@usgs.gov, 303-202-4765 Catherine Hibbard, FWS, Catherine_Hibbard@fws.gov, 413-253-8569  Biologists have confirmed white-nose syndrome (WNS) in the southeastern bat (Myotis austroriparius) for the first time. The species joins eight other hibernating bat species in North America that are afflicted with the deadly bat fungal disease. The diseased bat was found in Shelby County, Alabama, at Lake Purdy Corkscrew Cave, by surveyors from the Alabama...

Alabama Survey Finds First Southeastern Bat with White-nose Syndrome

Press Release June 1, 2017 Contacts: Nick Sharp, ADCNR, nicholas.sharp@dcnr.alabama.gov, 256-308-2517 Marisa Lubeck, USGS, mlubeck@usgs.gov, 303-202-4765 Catherine Hibbard, FWS, Catherine_Hibbard@fws.gov, 413-253-8569  Biologists have confirmed white-nose syndrome (WNS) in the southeastern bat (Myotis austroriparius) for the first time. The species joins eight other hibernating bat species in North America that are afflicted with the deadly bat fungal disease. The diseased bat was found in Shelby County, Alabama, at Lake Purdy Corkscrew Cave, by surveyors from the Alabama...